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"Cabaniols, Sebastien" <address@hidden> writes:

> I would like to do something simple:
> I have a project under CVS called .... ProjIPP, 
> I do cvs co ProjIPP and get my working copy,
> now, all I want to do is to add a subdirectory 
> in the source tree of my working copy, to 
> populate it with the source code of another
> project (mainly tar xvfz tools.tar.gz in ./tools)

  cd tools
  cvs import -m"Import tools into ProjIPP" ProjIPP/tools TOOLS TOOLS_1_00

This imports everything in the current directory into ProjIPP/tools in
CVS.  The part marked with "^^^^" is probably what you got wrong.

> I have tried (probably with the bad options)
> cvs import but it looks like I have a new project
> created.

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